ILLUSION a Pride Superyacht
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|Type/Year:||a Pride Superyacht/2015|
|Max Speed:||18-20 knots|
|Engines:||two 3000hp Rolls Royce Di|
|Builder/Designer:||Pride Mega Yachts, Rainsford Mann Design (RMD)|
Motor yacht Illusion is a striking 88,8- meter superyacht, built by the Chinese Pride Mega Yachts (formerly Raffles Shipyard and Pryde Yachts). British company Rainsford Mann Design (RMD) is responsible for her interior and exterior, being inspired by the unique, timeless and classic styling cues of the Rolls Royce marque, evident on her stem bow and the flowing sheer line. Illusion superyacht´s launch date is in 2015.
89m megayacht Illusion accommodates 14 guests in seven luxury staterooms and a 27-member crew. She is fitted with a swimming pool, hi-tech lounges and state-of-the-art double bedded rooms to relax, gymnasium, cinema theatre, spa, and top brass Chinese art work decoration. Illusion superyacht would definitely make for an excellent luxurious charter yacht.
Luxury yacht Illusion is powered by twin 3,000hp Rolls Royce diesel engines with a maximum speed of 18 to 20 knots and a bit lower cruise speed.
ILLUSION can accommodate a maximum of 14 guests in 7 cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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